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Breaking News 🚨 Klopp has already revealed what he will do after leaving Liverpool.



After announcing his intention to depart Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp may consider taking a vacation from the sport.

The German coach, 56, unexpectedly announced on Friday that he is seeking new opportunities in the summer, seemingly without any prior notice that he was even contemplating his future.


Since assuming the Anfield helm for more than eight years, Klopp has acknowledged his declining energy levels and the stresses and strains of the position.


As of now, Xabi Alonso is the favorite among bookmakers to succeed Jurgen Klopp as manager of Bayer Leverkusen. However, the former Borussia Dortmund manager’s future plans remain unknown.He spent only three months on the sidelines following his release from the German powers prior to being acquired by Liverpool following the dismissal of Brendan Rodgers.


However, his prior remarks indicate that he will likely take additional time off during this occasion, possibly even retiring. A sabbatical is also a distinct possibility.


In August 2020, he stated to the German publication SportBuzzer, “I will take a year off and assess whether I miss football. In the event that I respond negatively, coach Jurgen Klopp will be fired.


“If one day I am no longer a coach, there is one thing I will not miss: the brutal tension immediately before the game.”He substantiated those remarks in a subsequent interview with Einfach Fussbal: “I will not begin a new position the day after leaving Liverpool. That is without a doubt true. “I intend to take a one-year hiatus following Liverpool.”


As he stated to German podcaster Matthias Hielscher last summer, Klopp could surely spend his free time traveling the globe to watch football while remaining in good health and physical condition.”I’m under contract with Liverpool until 2026,” he clarified. “I intend to see that through before taking a gap year.” One year from now, who knows how I will feel? That might be the end.


“As a result, I am maintaining the door ajar. I desire to travel extensively, but not merely by rolling around in a wheelchair or using a cane. It is possible to observe football from any location. “Therefore, I will not continue working there indefinitely…”


Klopp was previously linked with the managerial positions at Bayern Munich and Germany, but neither is currently available; Thomas Tuchel was recently appointed to Bavaria, and Julian Nagelsmann is preparing to lead his country out as Euro 2024 hosts. Therefore, it is highly improbable that he would return to England with a different club.


“In response to the question, ‘Will you once more work as a manager?'” “At this time, I would say no,” he told the club’s website on Friday.


“However, I have no idea how that would feel, as I have never been in that situation before. One thing I am certain of is that I will never, ever, manage a club in England other than Liverpool. Such is not feasible. My affection for this institution and regard for its members are excessive. I simply could not. I was momentarily unable to contemplate the matter. “The likelihood is nil.”This is an integral part of my existence; although we are not related, we feel at home here. That is not possible to accomplish. With the exception of that, will I ever work again? Obviously, knowing myself, I am unable to simply lounge around. I will possibly find something else to do. However, I will not manage a country or club for at least a year; that is impossible, I cannot, and I have no desire to do so. Nothing else.”